The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1932 BLYTHEVT.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGfc WVl CLASSIFIED ADS I'wo cents a woid for first Insertion and one c«at a word for eadi subsequent in»erUi« No advertisement taken lor le» tlion see. Count the »'o'rd3 and the cash. PhoM 306 Ui FOR SALE FOR RENT—605 Ohlckasawba St.. Five Kooms and Bain. Apply ul lie New York Store. l&'-KU FOR KENT — Five room furnished house. 200 West Kentucky. Cull 612. 2C-K5 FOR RENT—Furnished bedroom in steam heated home. Phone !• Mrs. J. O. Sudbury. 3P-K10 FOR KENT—Nice rooms with bath and good meals. $6 weekly. Main 115. Phone 310. 3] FOR SALE-Uaby clUcks, all varieties custom hatching solicited. Marilyn Hatchery, lilytheville 18ctt l and location lor station, Curdwel). M«. uutlcllng first dnss - Vacul11 ™ n " tut. on Main street joining Hlali- uav 25 Splendid Investment. For Slculars write D. C. Steelc , SU Scan-in BIAS-, Kansas City, Mo. WILSON 10 GIVE BROOKLYN Til HIS J lack, Herman and O'Doul FOR RENT—Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. 025 Walnut. Phone D21. Mrs. S. P. CHVCII- dav. 30C-K.' FOR RENT—One of Shane apart menis on West Main. Furnished • unfurnished. Telephone 197 c 511. 3C-K1 FOR SALE—Eggs laid today. Pickard's Grocery, 1M4 Chlckasawta. I'OR FOR RENT—Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. 825 Wnl- nut. Phone 521. Mrs. 3. P. Cavendar. FOR RENT— Furnished apartment 108 West Kentucky. Phone U83 3C-K1 WANTED WANTED—W*shlngs. Mrs. M»rs KUnball. 605 Ully street. Ca Red Gross. K-TP \ FOR >} ^ m KENT — Nicely furnished •listairs front room. Mrs. Jim- Phone &10 or 408. 1P-K4 POSITIONS on sleamsliips; GOO pay; world-wide travel; cxpe Icnce unnecessary. Self-addi-essei I welopc brings list promptly. M N. Y. 3P-K . Arculus, Mt. Vcrnon, FOR RENT — Furnished room, steam heated. South and easi exposure. Roy Walton. Phone 94. 1P-K4 HAVE YOUR Automobile troubles taken care of in your own Barge by expert mechanic. "Work Guaranteed". Prices Reasonable. Phone McDonald at 65(5. FOR SALE OR TRADE—One T Mcdel inclosed truck, one six room house, will trade for fanning tools and team. Mrs. Odic Freeman, Phone «3, U4 W. Ash. 3C-K6 FOR RENT— Five room brick bung- a!o\v, hot and cold water, garage, reasonable lent. Corner WaV nut and 10th. Apply Ike Miller Phone 8G3. 29C-K4 Nice stcam-litaUd rooms, Cl hot and cold wafer "^ Other rooms $1.25 and 51.50 GOFF HOTEL Home Cooked Meals 525 Month Osceola In • Double Win |OverJ8.H.S. OEcrola hlsh si'hool basketball teams defeated Ilic Hlythevlllc hig teams In a double-header nt Oxe rv ni r\ I '^he O.sceola bays won by a score Should Prove Hy-Urop- of 25 to is wiiiie tiic osccoi» II J LTn' T ' Sirls had even a better margin, 25 ping, Hard niuing 1110. to 9 UMt >iimi , s wcrc hunter fought than the scores indicate ac- 1!Y LEO II. PKTKRSES 'cording to reports. Unllfd I'rr.'s Staff Correspondent | oscrolii showed a NEW YORK-vTho purchase _of ucys c-wls (Hack) Wilson from the St. .cnls Cardinals gives the Brooklyn Robins the most colorful outfield n baseball today. For flanking tho roly-poly cen- ternelder will be Frank (Lc-lty) O'Doul In left and Floyd (Babel Herman In rijht, They may »<"• form Hie best fielding trio in the majors but If Wilsan displays anything resembling his 1930 form they should prove one of the hardest hilling group of gardners modern baseball ever has known. The pudgy puncher of home luns Is a welcome addition to the Robins for they needed an fielder who bats right line) well drilled (earn und their girls' easily the best of tho Blyllicvlllu OUR BOARDING HOUSE squad.. Ccaches McClcrXIn and Krumer accompanied the Hlythevlllc cagers. BITS ABOLII Will He Staged at llolcon.b Gym on March 4-5 Says Announcement. HOI.COMll, Mo.. l-Vb, a.-Hruw- ing.s UCTC made today In order io lif'termlue Ilie schools to meet in (he first rounds of H;c Uunklln County basketball loinn.imrni Io * I'.ekl in the lloli'omb gymnasium Manh -I and f>. In lolb buys and girls tames, the Dinners n'. Biuntf one und RAini 1 t*i> ttl'l iiHvi In the bcml-lnuils. and Ihe wimu'rs of llirce will moot Uw winners of niunu four. Tile two teams left, will contest for ill? championship. Since there are th? "mi 1 number of slrls teams I'litei 1 - rtl. ilu'y will follow the sa'.ne pKin. Srnail). llornersvllle nnd Camp- .Ix'll boys are at present. In tl:e dis- tricl lead. Cui'dwell has played few iKan'.ra In (he county. Clarkton and nub bolh have bci'ii stronsth- by r.e\v playci's tjlneo Ihe .st\i- out- handeil.' 1)L "eh Urcoklyu lacked balance in handed hJUcrs—O'Doul, BV CI.AIKK BUKCKV jlCoiiyrlght. 193a, NBA Service, Inc.) >!," I The pivot play is Ihe favorite of- S0! . Iff-nslvo in prcfefslonnl ^.ipkutaill. i Tlw "lloriu-isville Kirls are the Dehnerl. now -with Clove- i^.,,, , K . co| .,ii nB lo records, but f:ie tl, c lind's Ro.'eublinn Celtics, Invented {defeat admlnisternl by oulfleld last season with three left, tte I' 1 "* 1 "'"I l5 probably the out- Tucjiiay upbcl, prevlom dope: Mill- Herman "andlng pivot man in th= game. \\ m _ tt!lh a vlclnry over SvnntSi, No. 1, (he pivot, takes a position has bad things practically Us own 3P-K6 LOST AND FOUND LOST—Blue coin purse containing about $10. Liberal reward. Return o Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. Novemuer 16, 1931 Treasury Department. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Notice is hereby gwen to persons who may have claims against "The First National Bank of Blythcville. Arkansas," that the same must be presented to R. L Bradley, Receiver, with the legal proof thereof, within three months trom' this date or they may b« Jin-allowed. J. W. POLE, Comptroller of the Currency. 11-16C—K2-16-32 WERT HeMakes'EmSee (Office Over Joe Isaacs Store) WARNING ORDER The defendants, W. M. Burns; St. Louis Joint Stock Land Hank of St. Louis, Mo.; Commonwealth nd Johnny Frederick. The new ball has handicapped t Vilson, but It's a pretty safe bet hat he will earn for the Robins n two months more than was paid for him. For fans like to see Vilson. He plays no middle ourse. When Hack is good, he's very good and when he Is bad, ie's horrid. It's either the cheers of the crowd, or the Jeers of the crowd for him. Herman's Off Days Are Vrry Bad The same thing goes mare 01 less for Herman, the boy who learned lion- to catch ily balls 'as a means of self defense. Whei Herman isn't clicking, he looks worse than a bush leaguer, but his off days arc few and far between. * O'Doul is one of the favorite players of the National League. Ho is one of the most dangerous hitters in a pinch in the majors and ho Kin .go and get 'em with the best of outfielders. If the three men hit this corn- fice throw line, back to the .way, lail so far'that learn has not 'li'.ci llornersvllle or Cardwcll. The [lairlngs follow: Cllrls: Campbell vs. Stmalh; llol- ce:ub vs. Cardwell; Olarklon vs. Ar byrd; Maiden vs. Hornersvllle. Uoys: Scnath vs. Nfaldc;n; Cardwell vs. Arbyrd; Campbell vs Clnrklon; Jlolcomb vs. llornersvllle Meet ile At the New Rustic Inn j Coffee, Hot Pigs antl Chili Farm Loan Co.; A. T. Clear, Jr.; Equitable Building and Ixian Association are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of Myrtle M. Bourland. Dated this January 20. 1932. R. L. .GA1NES, Clerk, ' By Elizabeth Dlythe, D. C. 20-27-3-10 ing season like they did in 1930, t certainly loo or the Robins an do—they I ones and Warner Observe Truce for Summer Grid Selioo O'Doul, If ... Vilson, cf Herman, rf Total Ho \vever, ' Kryptok Bifocals for near and distant vision—$4.95 Have Your Eyes Examined HARRY WEISBURD State Registered Optometrist At the Good Luck Store WARNING OKUEK John O. Hargett is warned to We Can S.iVf. You Money On PARTS For All Automobiles JACKSON AUTO 1'AIM'S 2020 \V. Main Phone UG the Chlckasawba District of .Mississippi County. Arkansas, within hirty days, and answer the com plaint filed against him and Bculal Hargett by The Mississippi Count ] Building & Loan Association o Blythevllle, Arkansas. Dated this I2th day of January, 932. R L. OAINES, Clerk, By Eliv.abctU Blythe, D. C. 13-20-27-3 WRECKS AUTO WRECKS For AH Makes of cars F.xiwrt Repairs on Damaged Bodies, Fenders. Hoods, Glass, Etc. Paint Colors Matched. New Equipment for Acetylene Welding. Finished Jobs Look Just Like New. Phone S10 Today PHIIM.H'S MOTOR CO. 5th and Walnut Sts. Hill I . 202 . 208 .. 241 22 56 35 .383 .356 Ily XK.V ScrvU-H I.OS ANGELES—Thrc c of 111 ncsl widely known names in Am erlcan football—Ifounrd Jones, I'o Warner and. T.id Joneii—nud fin eadli:B European and American iu tliaritics on physicnl cducatb cughl lo make the University Southern Culilornia summer Be tiou lor coaches one of the mo lull-resting and educational c\ held. And because the session open July 18 and close Ilic Ijctorc the Tenth Olympic gam -..-...- get underway at Los Angeles, eludes Ills guard and breaks. No. 1 |i s expected to be one of lh t mo basket Nos 2, 3, 4 and 5 keep mov- Sks"lL U 'a pen^t ^ back ;u,d lorth across the floor is Here's what they Ipasslng Hie ball nnd waiting for a did it in 1930: :*«>« to break for_ the: tajtol No B A 4 P a5 "s to No. land breaks. No. 2 u.A. ' _ . ._„.,.- M/ , , to 651 win 113 .377 the pennant or the Robins, here's what they've got, to shake, their 1931 record: Hit! H. K'unj 1J. .V O'Doul, If . Wilson, cf . Herman, rf 172 103 131 1 13 18 - .- .330 .261 .313 passes to No. 2 or No. 4 it one clear, or whirls and takes a shot himself. If unable to do any of these, he passes back out to 3 or 5. This system demands fast breaking, accurate passing and sure ball andling in the pivot position. )eering Cage Teams Take Two From Cooler Total 466 38 .303 The average of the three dropped 74 points, while the league average dropped only 36 points. GOLF, ART KRENZ c-- r T\\o "miracle"' sliOLs in the Ryder Cup matches at CoVmnbus last year were made by the golfing team of Gene Sarazen and Johnny Farrcll, and both on the 180-yard fourth hole at Scioto. Sarazen hooked his tee shot into pop dispensing stand near the Dr. J. A. Saliba ' l-'ye, liitr, Nose ami Throat Ingram I5uilclin{r Corner Wai" & First St. Frght Card at Armory Turns Out to Be Flop There were no rights at (lie armory lust night. Only a handful of fans who paid at the cir.or were on ham for the scheduled program and Promoter Joe Craig announced tha one of the principals in the shov had refused to enter the ring be cause of the Email house. It was just another clay or nigh to Big Boy B'.anchard. In abon three fighls BUinchard has been COOTER. Mo—The Peering boys and girls basketball teams defeated the Ccoicr teams at Cooler ,ast night. The Decring boys won 28 to 22 in a hard fought game while the tisiting girls were on the long cud of a 38 to 33 score. The defeat was the first In a county scheduled game for the Cooler boys and the third for the Cooler girls. Steelc and Cooler teams will p at Steele l-'riday night. l»;xi:ar coaching courses ever lercd. Football will be taught in Hi ttylcs—the Warner system, the Ho arcl .Fones system and the Y ystein which none knows bet haii Tail Jones. On llic physi •duminn PtnIT will be Carl Diem pi tl! C University of Uerlin, niLilic.il tdviscr to the Cicrman Olympic cams; Eugcn Matthias of the University of Munich, widely known lor bis work In orthopedics nnd physiotherapy; A. L). lirownc of Pc.ilotly College. Nashville, former head of the health and uduc.iticn (lepinlmcnl of Stanford University; and nr. Jesse F. Williams of Columbia, an outstanding authority and writer on education. slated to appear in here something h;is always happened to his opponent or to the card. Dlanchard is still "jinxcd". Students to Tmir EUGENE, Ore. (UP)—A trip into Alaska, :ilung (lie Yukon river, will be inndc by University of G] ? Eturtenls this summer as pan ol Die plan for summer fcsslons, nccorJ- lug lo aniLuunct'tuL'nt. Dr. U'arren D. Smith, professor of the university, will head the .v.lven- turc cruise. Read Courier Mews want ads. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS JUST kSEP Him GLH£T 2 AU. triaifC, DOCTWZ... tsa A PEW PAYS AUD A ru- see THAT LET tco wAuv I KJOBxiy sets Courier News Want Ads I'ay. THE SKCOND HAND FURNITURE KOUGIIT — SOLD R. J. Dodson :i91-303 E. Main G. G. CAUD1LL KKM, ESTATE RENTALS INSURANCE Mirmcn Bank Bldg. rhone 197 OLD BEN COAL JIccls iicul. every lioiiseliold Just Phone 100 E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. green. He found his ball or> tr.e Iconcrcte lloor. A small window was his only "out." A trap guarded the green. A number of crates of milk jboltlcs had to IK moved. | He swung his mashic niblick down on the concrete, the ball pop Sped through the allotted space cleared the trap anti ran to within seven feet of the pin. Fred Kobson, his opponent, brob into a grin and said, "It js th greatest shot 1 have seen In 3 years." Later he Jokingly remarke that he was almost sure somcon had thrown the ball out, and a r; markable throw at that. On the same ho!c that day. plnj Ing against Davics, Parrel] "made £hot almost as remarkable. He ;. so hooked his tee shot, but it clear cd tho pot) stand. Davies was on the green 20 feet from the \m\. ! I Johnny selected a niblick, chip- ! • pcd over c'r.c house, carried tte ] .trap and almost holed out. The ball! 'stopped six inches from the flag.i ^avVcs hit Fairell's ball and it roll- i cd Into the cup for a deuce. ' 'DAY AT LEAST, OP. , BUCK UP, KID 10 SC^Rt US IMTo TUEF>,SAm.£.'S VMD. CitT OUT. SURE Vrit WIIL Ltff6R -FROM -JAKE , IrlA-T- SIULV OF Ml^e ^A-^ lie WROTTfe "(rllS TROM ilei.i-a -, Vcu TAI* A. MfiMBiCR OF-file CREUJ OKi A WO.T5I-P CRUISE — WArf -TTCL Vaa—-THe SiGi('rS I've SEEM S-rbP Voa LIKE M AiR-BRAKe — Me AMV or A QUBE-TftorfTeR— Vt\-R SGU-rri SEAS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WtVV, -fcfcM PUROOKJ ORAWi fHOM ft OEC.1,4 ftvio OVYb VJ.1,0 'VJICTIM" WW EP.VL. TO "Me T\.ooa TO 1FINO OUT TftWE , 00660H\T fovi.'eur i JUST GOTTA TELl. -^U "Miff IT VE5T6RC*V, But" t VLU T6LU vlHERE TKt IS. VLL TELL QNIN LtT 'ME- VIC. GK'ITINd DKSI'KKATK!

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